Reality TV star Rylan Clark-Neal has hinted that starting a family might be on the cards - but only when the time is right.
The former X Factor
finalist made history
as he and husband Dan became the first same-sex couple to host ITV's This Morning
last Friday (July 8), and speaking to New!
, the 27-year-old revealed that children could soon be on the horizon for the couple.
"I’ve always said I wouldn’t have kids unless I was in a financial situation where I knew I wouldn’t have to worry, and I’m fortunate to be in that now," he said.
Rylan is already step-father to husband Dan's 16 year-old son Cameron, and has spoken of their close relationship before. In December 2015, he revealed that he was "desperate" to have kids in an interview with OK! Magazine
, shortly after marrying former policeman Dan
"I'm sure in the near distant future it'll happen," Rylan continued. "I'm sure [Cameron] would be fine with it. I think he'd love it."
Of his new step-son, he aded: "I look at him like he's my own. He can talk to me - I'm Dad, but he can talk to me about sex! I'll say, 'As long as you're being safe!' If that was Dan, he'd be like, 'Stop it, Dad!'"
Words: Josh Lee
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